As pet owners, we have a lot to be thankful for when it comes to the animals we care for.
In light of National Endangered Species Day on May 15th, we’d like to discuss why you shouldn’t keep exotic animals as pets (if it wasn’t already obvious.)
As an animal lover, the last thing you’d think about is harming your feathery, furry, or scaly friend. But for hundreds of thousands of animals across the country and beyond, this is a reality they know all too well.
As you can probably attest, animals are truly best friend material. They keep you company, make you feel useful, and usually provide cuddle opportunities on a regular basis.
By now, you have probably learned about the origins of many animals cooped up in cages at puppy mills and other equivalent overbreeding grounds.
You may have made New Year’s resolutions for your own health when we entered 2020 a few weeks ago. But truthfully, you are probably concerned about the well-being of your entire family—and that includes your beloved companion animal.
You may have seen a major increase in animal appreciation over the years. There are so many funny and adorable videos online, after all, that it’s easy to become obsessed with watching them.
As a pet owner, you may find yourself explaining that looking after a pet is not that different to looking after a child. Although they are lower maintenance in many ways, there are also key similarities. Ensuring that you feed them, play with them, …
If you’ve ever experienced anxiety, you know how terrifying and debilitating it can be. For pets, it can be even harder to deal with, especially considering they aren’t able to tell you exactly how they’re feeling. In these cases, finding a way to soothe your anxious pet can be a challenge.
Many of our clients were captivated by the story of four kittens who were abandoned, and later discovered by Worldwide Animal Travel (WAT) in transit from Taiwan. They were highly malnourished, and looked as though they wouldn’t make it through the journey, let alone the night.